2022 年 1 月 20 日 15:00(格林威治标准时间)
2022 年 1 月 20 日 16:00 (GMT)

We aim to build a shared space within the conference for collective reflection around a series of generative questions that motivate discussion. The format is experimental and is focused on the role of knowledge generators in transformation within a contextual space and scale. We intend to have two moments happening during the conference.

The first moment is a closed 2-hour workshop with the team presenting this proposal, although a number of observants could be allowed. It will be held in Spanish and intends to share the team’s knowledge and experience around the following questions:

• How can knowledge generation institutions contribute to promoting transformative alternatives within their contextual space and scale influence?

• How can these alternatives be embedded and mainstreamed?

• Can the Transformative Outcomes be relevant to make more transformative those initiatives? In what sense?

In a second 2-hour open workshop (in English), the main ideas debated in the first workshop will be presented and discussed with a panel of researchers linked to TIPC.

The conclusions of the first and second workshops will be systematised and presented in a TIPC blog.


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亚历杭德拉·博尼(Alejandra Boni)是瓦伦西亚政治大学(西班牙)的教授和 Ingenio(CSIC-UPV)的副主任。她是南非自由州大学的名誉教授。她的研究兴趣集中在人类发展、高等教育、全球公民和变革性创新。她正在领导变革性创新政策联盟的形成性评估部分。
Ingenio CSIC-UPV 研究员
Diana is an anthropologist and a systems engineer. She also holds a PhD in Science and Technology Studies from the University of Edinburgh. Interdisciplinary research and practice has been a constant in her career. With a background in innovation studies, she has worked in the design and implementation of strategies and policies for research, social projection and teaching in universities. She has been director of research and innovation in Universidad del Rosario, Colombia; and Provost in Universidad de Ibagué, Colombia. Her main research areas are innovation studies, STI policies design, higher education management, and development studies. She is currently a Research Fellow in Ingenio, working in the development of formative evaluation for different experimental policy engagements developed with varying members of TIPC.